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The Beat – Beat This! The Best Of The Beat (2020) CD

Band: The Beat (2)

Album: Beat This! The Best Of The Beat

Release Date:

Music Genre: Rock Reggae Ska

Label: Go-Feet Records

Release Country: Europe

Record Type: 15 Tracks CD


2 Tone Ska revival group formed in 1978 in Birmingham, England by guitarist/vocalist Dave Wakeling with David Steele (bass) and Andy Cox (guitar) along with rapper/toaster Ranking Roger (Roger Charlery), drummer Everett Morton and veteran Jamaican saxophonist Saxa (Lionel Martin). As there was an eponymous US group emerging at the time they were forced to use the names The English Beat on their American releases and The British Beat briefly in Australia.

The band enjoyed immediate chart success and established their own record label Go-Feet Records. After the split in 1983, Steele and Cox went on to form Fine Young Cannibals and later the_beat_2_beat_this_the_best_of_the_beat.zip

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15 Tracks
1 Mirror In The Bathroom3:07
2 Save It For Later3:36
3 I Confess4:33
4 Tears Of A Clown2:40
5 Whine And Grine / Stand Down Margaret3:50
6 Best Friend3:01
7 Rankin Full Stop2:48
8 Can't Get Used To Losing You3:02
9 Hands Off... She's Mine3:02
10 Twist And Crawl2:36
11 Too Nice To Talk To3:09
12 Doors Of Your Heart3:47
13 Click Click1:29
14 Sole Salvation3:04
15 Drowning3:51

Includes 16 page booklet with notes, photographs and credits.



This compilation ℗ 2000 members of The Beat exclusively licensed to London Records 90 Ltd., except 4. ℗ EMI Records Ltd. and 7. ℗ Chrysalis Records Ltd.

© 2000 London Records 90 Ltd.

Made in Germany by Warner Music Manufacturing Europe.




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